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Nerd Block Junior Girls Subscription Box Review – June 2014

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Nerd Block Junior Girls Subscription Box Review – June

Nerd Block recently introduced two new subscription boxes: Nerd Block Junior for Girls and Nerd Block Junior for Boys. This is the third Girls box from them, and I think it’s a great subscription. Plus they ship worldwide with reasonable shipping costs!

Nerd Block Junior Girls Subscription Box Review – June Items

The Subscription Box: Nerd Block Junior for Girls

The Cost: $13.99 plus shipping. ($6 shipping to the US)

The Products: Geeky gear for kids ages 6-11. (This subscription is only toys – no t-shirt like the regular Nerd Block subscription).

Ships to: Worldwide!

Check out all of my NerdBlock Junior for Girls Reviews!

Nerd Block Junior Girls Subscription Box Review – June Barbie

Mega Bloks Barbie Build ‘n Style Glam Style Barbie – Retail Value $6 (similar styles on sale for $3)

Barbie was my toy of choice as a kid, so nostalgia immediately hit me when I opened this box! Plus this set is so cute – I’m sure my cousin will love it.

Nerd Block Junior Girls Subscription Box Review – June Dragon

How to Train Your Dragon HookFang – Value $12.50

Mega Bloks Smurf Mystery Pack – Value $2 estimate

This little Dragon is made really well. (I just saw How to Train Your Dragon 2 at the drive-in, now I need to see the first movie!)

Nerd Block Junior Girls Subscription Box Review – June Book

Crayola Minnie Mouse Mini Colouring Pages – Value $5

Rainbow Magic Bell the Birthday Fairy Book – Value $5

I believe this is the first time Nerd Block has included a book, and I think it’s a nice addition to the mix of toys. Plus this book gets really good reviews! And this Minnie Mouse coloring set is really cute too:

Nerd Block Junior Girls Subscription Box Review – June Minnie

Verdict: We paid $20 for this box and received about $30 worth of items. I like the mix of items and the value has been consistently higher than the cost of the box for the length of the subscription. Do you subscribe to Nerd Block Jr? What did you think of the girl box this month?

Written by Liz Cadman

Liz Cadman

Liz is the founder of My Subscription Addiction. She’s been hooked on subscription boxes since 2011 thanks to Birchbox, and she now subscribes to over 100 boxes. Her favorites include POPSUGAR Must Have, FabFitFun, and any box that features natural beauty products!
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8 Comments

  1. Glad I skipped this box for June. It is perfect for the younger end of the targeted demographic NerdBox is going after, but I am a 32 y/o women with a thing for Hello Kitty, plush toys, & knickknacks. I wish NerdBox or LootCrate produced a NerdBox “for women” or “lite”. Thirty is just way too much for me to pay when I have no desire for Tshirts & lack interest in the majority of the fandoms that are within their target demographic.

    NerdboxJr is the perfect price point for me & is a subscription. If only QBox or the kawaii boxes I have found were more like that…

  2. I have been getting these boxes for my 5 yr old daughter for the past 3 months. The value is a little under what we pay ( when you count shipping) in my opinion , but I have chosen to stay with them for a little longer because the items they put in the box are always spot on with what my daughter is interested in.
    She gets so excited when her purple box arrives. Some of the toys were new to us , so that was a plus as well.

  3. The stuff is nice, but I don’t get much of a nerd vibe from it, you know?

  4. Those dragon figures are only $4.99 at the Fred Meyer near my house. Not the sale price but the price all the time. Just thought you’d like to know!

  5. This box is great! My 6 year old is reading the Rainbow Fairy chapter books, and she doesn’t have this one yet. My 5 year old will be excited to color the Minnie pages, and for the Barbie toy. I’m going to add the Dragon toy to a birthday present for a little boy this weekend. Good assortment this month!

  6. The best part of this post is the fact that you actually went to a drive-in to see a movie! We don’t have any near us and I so miss that. Now that I have kids I would love to be able to go to a drive-in to see a movie!

    This box looks great. My daughter is 4 and I think these items would be okay for her age (rather than the suggested 6-11).

    • Just re-read my post…didn’t mean to imply that your post wasn’t interesting…it was…made me want to subscribe. I guess I just got excited reminiscing about drive-ins!

      • I didn’t get that impression at all – I love drive-ins too! I think they were my favorite part of summers as a kid. It’s a shame there aren’t more still operating. 🙁

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